Soft tortilla shells kept in the fridge seven months past their expiry date are still good, insofar as one cooks them in a pan, such as to make quesadillas. At least I think. At least I'm still living.
In Canada raw milk is illegal to sell. There are ways for dairy farmers to get around this. One I've heard is to sell it as pet food, or as a cosmetic/beauty product; but even that I believe will land one in trouble with the government. The surefire way is to sell "shares" in the cow - or goat, or sheep. One pays his "share" fee, and thus, "owning" a part of the animal, one can do whatever one wants with the products coming therefrom. Even then, as one fellow told me who goes around with a truck to various undisclosed locations to sell raw milk and raw milk products to people who have "shares" in the milked animals, they "officially" sell the product as a cosmetic/beauty product.
There are many reasons to hate the country in which I live. I overheard one man who came over from Ireland talking about how people in Canada don't appreciate what they have, speaking in particular about how many do not go out to vote (there is presently a federal election here). I agree completely. But I bet you in Libya or Egypt raw milk isn't a source for bureaucratic nightmares.
People who don't vote are funny, in the sense of strange or odd; not strange or odd in the sense of being unique or special, but strange in the way that every person becomes sort of strange when asleep. You wonder what's going on in the person's mind and what the person is dreaming of.
If people who don't vote and never really think about it are strange, then people who don't vote but then write a special dissertation about how and why they don't vote are absolutely freaking hilarious. In the gigantic circus that is democracy they are biggest clowns of the show.
Generally, people who vote are very well aware of the realities put forward by those who don't vote but write about how they don't vote. But they vote anyways. It's the thing itself, in part, that matters.
Or one could move to Egypt or Libya.
If the above offends anyone who may happen to not vote, just tell me and I'll remove it.
I find goat's milk kefir tastes best. Not that kefir made with cow's milk tastes bad, but the fat globules are inherently more emulsified in goat's milk, which gives the kefir a greater, fuller consistency. I just need to get a source of it raw rather than pasteurized.
I bought some kefir "grains" from a lady on craigslist. I recommend to go on craigslist for one's local listings and find someone with kefir "grains". Sometimes people give them away for free. Because kefir "grains" propagate themselves - as long as one keeps feeding them with fresh milk - indefinitely. So at some point you end up with more than you need, though they are perfectly edible and good for you. People waste their money on "probiotics" in the medicine section, when there is something that will go on indefinitely for no cost (other than the milk) and which is far superior to store-bought "probiotics" and probiotic yoghurts. Plus, it just tastes wonderful. That is, once the "grains" make their adjustment to your local environment and particular milk. In fact, it seems the kefir keeps getting better and better taste-wise.
Plus, it's easy and fun to do, as all fermentation is.